Permanente physicians provide expertise on a variety of topics in news media reports, from discussions on how to address the health effects of climate change to understanding menopause's effects on women's hair.
Northwest Permanente physician Anne C. Toledo, MD, discusses the impact of climate change on health and how physicians can help.
Northwest Permanente physician leader Colin Cave, MD, talks about the actions physicians and health systems can take to reduce the impact of greenhouse gas emissions on public health, especially vulnerable communities.
In a special edition of the Permanente Medicine Podcast, Northwest Permanente leader Colin Cave, MD, explains why climate change is a public health crisis.
Watch a replay of our chat with Sande Irwin, MD, as she discussed the "Wait, Don't Waste" program and physicians' role in climate health.
In an interview with Becker’s Healthcare founder and publisher Scott Becker, Northwest Permanente’s president and CEO calls climate change “a threat multiplier” in communities already hit hard by COVID-19.
The Northwest Permanente president and CEO writes that now is the time to leverage lessons learned during the pandemic to implement environmentally responsible behaviors.
Imelda Dacones, MD, president and CEO of Northwest Permanente, says physicians have an obligation to reduce the causes and mitigate the effects of climate change.
Physician leader Stephen Parodi, MD, writes how evacuating hospitals during wildfires is becoming an everyday reality in California – putting physicians, care team members, and patients on the front lines of climate change.
Physician leaders Imelda Dacones, MD, and Colin Cave, MD, write in a recent Modern Healthcare opinion piece that physicians have a responsibility in helping to address climate change.